Smoking Cessation

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Do you want to quit smoking or have you decided to quit smoking?

What will change in your life or what will you do differently after you quit smoking?

The addiction of nicotine in tobacco withdrawal time is about three days. With hypnosis the withdrawal symptoms for many is not even noticed. With others it can be seen as mild irritation, constipation and maybe some stomach upset. However, after three days of withdrawal from the addiction the person is still controlled by the smoking habit. Hypnosis is one of the best behavioral modification methods available for dealing with overcoming habits.

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Hypnosis Products to Help Quit Smoking

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    There is no life without breath so breathe right in order to be healthier happier and more comfortable.

    This scientific evidence-based breathing exercise teaches the stress reducing physiological changes that take place in a proper abdominal breath. You will learn how to use this breathing technique to activate the production of your own endorphins, melatonins and serotonins from the brain; Endorphins to reduce pain, melatonin’s to enhance sleep and serotonin to elevate your mood. These hormones are also known as the pain killing and stress reducing hormones.

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    Quit Smoking With Self-Hypnosis .
    If you have decided to quit, this self-hypnosis program will work for you.
    Hypnosis is shown to be a very effective tool in areas of behavior modification. Stop smoking commercials state, “Best results when used in combination with a behavior modification program.”
    Nicotine replacement is only about 32% effective Chantix is 44% at 6 months and 22% at a year. Hypnosis by an experienced hypnotists is greater that 65% effective. Highly motivated According to the National Institutes of Health Hypnosis is one of the best methods available for stress reduction & relaxation which enhances one’s ability to respond to quit smoking suggestions.
    Hypnosis is a focused natural state with the brain in an alpha, theta frequency somewhat like day dreaming. Changing the mind changes the brain which changes a behavior.
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    Created for those on the go.

    This audio CD contains five journeys and one affirmation. Each 5 to 10 minute journey explores a different stress releasing experience. You can take control of your health and wellness with this stress reducing CD.
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    Smoking Cessation Workshop for Hypnotists.

    This Smoking Cessation Module is a Complete Clinical Hypnosis Model for Hypnotists ready to enter a new level of success with clients who smoke. Let the experience of our success become your success.

    The training is designed the Certified Hypnotist who is ready to advance his/her ability while enhancing the client’s success. Success breeds success and increases income. This DVD training module includes a lecture on smoking and the current research with Chantix and other Nicotine replacement products. You will receive a resource CD with hundreds of article and scripts about hypnosis for stopping smoking. There are multiple handouts for your clients.

Creating the Relaxing Breath

Breathing is natural and automatic so therefore we do not have to consciously take in a breath.

We can turn a deep chest rising breath into a gentle relaxing abdominal breath.

Simply follow these directions:
Gently push your stomach out. One way to do this is to place your hand on your abdomen and gently push your hand out using the abdomen. As you do, you will notice that you automatically breathe in. This happens because as you push your abdomen out you pull down the diaphragm which creates a vacuum sucking in air.

You will experience the following steps:
1. The diaphragm drops down and the two lower lobes begin to open up filling with air containing oxygen.
2. The diaphragm stimulates the vagus nerve which travels through the diaphragm. The vagus nerve then activates anti-stress hormones which create relaxation and comfort.
3. Now gently take that abdominal breath again, but this time hold your breath for about three slow counts. By holding your breath you create a more efficient gasexchange between the carbon dioxide, a stimulant, and oxygen a relaxant. The breath out is twice as long as the breath in.

The count: Breathe in for a count of three to five, hold for a count of three to five and out for a count of six to ten. A normal exhalation is twice as long as inhalation.

Why hold the breath? Holding the breath allows for a more efficient gas exchange between carbon dioxide and oxygen, a key factor in decreasing anxiety attacks.

Using this type of breathing may result in the following changes:
 Trouble sleeping? Three breaths at bed time and you can fall asleep easily as you say to yourself “I am asleep” repeatedly.
 Tension headache? Take the prescribed breath and imagine the oxygen flowing into your head. Breathing in relaxation and breathing out tension.
 Improve your immune system? Research has shown that relaxing breaths decrease Cortisol (stress hormone) and activate the immune system.

Benefits of Stopping Smoking

Within 8 hours:
– carbon monoxide level drops in your body – oxygen level in your blood increases to normal
Within 48 hours
– your chances of having a heart attack start to go down
– sense of smell and taste begin to improve
Within 72 hours
– bronchial tubes relax making breathing easier – lung capacity increases
Within 2 weeks to 3 months
– circulation improves
– lung functioning increases up to 30 percent
Within 6 months
– coughing, sinus congestion, tiredness and shortness of breath improve
Within 1 year
– risk of smoking-related heart attack is cut in half
Within 10 years
– risk of dying from lung cancer is cut in half
Within 15 years
– risk of dying from a heart attack is equal to a person who never smoked
A smoker breathes in 300 times more carbon monoxide from one cigarette than from breathing car exhaust for 5 minutes.

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